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2019-05-09 17:15:24 Editor： jushong shares 0
German Industry 4.0 refers to the use of the IOT to digitize, intelligentize, and ultimately supply, supply, and sell information in production, and finally achieve fast, efficient, and personalized product supply. Since its official launch at the Hannover Messe in April 2013, Industry 4.0 has quickly become another label for Germany and has triggered a new round of industrial transformation competition around the world.
Made in China 2025 is the first 10-year action plan of the Chinese government to implement the strategy of manufacturing a strong country. Adhere to the basic policy of “innovation-driven, quality-first, green development, structural optimization, and talent-oriented”, adhere to “market-led, government-led, based on the current, long-term perspective, overall promotion, key breakthroughs, independent development, open cooperation” The basic principle is to achieve the strategic goal of manufacturing a strong country through “three steps”: the first step is to enter the ranks of manufacturing powers by 2025; the second step, by 2035, China’s manufacturing industry will reach the middle level of the world’s manufacturing powers; In the 100 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China, the comprehensive strength has entered the forefront of the world's manufacturing power.
Regardless of industrial distribution or market activity, China's high-tech industries are in a stage of rapid development and are entering the "golden age."
At present, China is in the stage of industrial upgrading, and the transfer of global IC semiconductors and optoelectronics enterprises to China and the adjustment of industrial structure will greatly accelerate the pace of development of modern high-tech industries. Downstream customers such as IC semiconductors, optoelectronics, bio-pharmaceuticals, and medical and health have developed rapidly at this stage. Under the influence of comprehensive factors such as maintaining high prosperity, increasing number of enterprises, and technological progress in downstream industries, downstream customers are facing the production environment. Demand is constantly improving, and the demand for the clean room engineering industry is growing.
According to the prediction of the Chinese Institute of Electronics, in 2018, the market size of China's clean room engineering industry will increase from 43.239 billion yuan in 2012 to 126.858 billion yuan, with an average compound annual growth rate of 19.65%. The continued expansion of the industry market has provided tremendous opportunities for development and broad market prospects for industry leaders.